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Enterprise demand triggers Rally A/NZ VP hire

Enterprise demand triggers Rally A/NZ VP hire

"We’ll continue to capitalise on the momentum within the market to exponentially grow sales."

Software and services provider Rally has announced the promotion of Nat Tanner to Regional Vice President for Australia and New Zealand.

Based in Melbourne, Tanner will be responsible for further developing and managing the company’s presence in the region and helping organisations understand the benefits of adopting agility across the business.

“Since establishing our presence in Australia in 2012, we’ve witnessed a growing demand from large enterprise companies for solutions to improve agility - solutions that allow organisations to remain nimble and deliver value to their customers faster,” says Angela Tucci, Chief Revenue Officer, Rally.

“Nat is an established leader with a proven track record of successfully working with customers to realise the benefits of agility.”

Tanner has more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry and originally joined Rally three years ago as a Major Account Manager before progressing to her appointment as Head of Services for Australia and New Zealand.

Prior, Tanner worked for several years at Telstra in sales management roles and also spent five years at ThoughtWorks in client relations management and business development.

“Under Nat’s leadership, we’ll continue to capitalise on the momentum within the market to exponentially grow sales,” Tucci adds. “She’s a great addition to our leadership team in the Asia Pacific region.”

According to Tucci, Rally opened its Sydney office in early 2014 to complement its existing presence in Melbourne.

Tucci says Rally’s presence in Australia has doubled in the last year, and will continue to grow as the company continues to serve an increasing number of Australia's ASX100 enterprises.


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